President of Brand Expedia
Aman Bhutani is President for Brand Expedia Group and is responsible for the overall strategy and operations of the brand globally, with a focus on driving innovation and positioning Expedia for further global growth. In addition, Aman supports product development, technology and media for all of the groups across the company. Prior to being named President, he served as Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer for Brand Expedia worldwide. Bhutani joined Expedia, Inc. in 2010. During his tenure as CTO of Brand Expedia, he was responsible for managing the Travelocity business and integrating acquisitions within Brand Expedia. He joined Expedia after many years in the financial services industry, consulting and as an entrepreneur. Bhutani holds an MBA from Lancaster University and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from Delhi University.
Chief Technology Officer and Senior Vice President of Technology, Brand Expedia
Tony Donohoe is Chief Technology Officer and Senior Vice President for the Technology team at Brand Expedia and leads a global team responsible for all technology – customer and supplier facing platforms – across Expedia’s travel related products. The Brand Expedia technology team is at the heart of the company’s mission to “Re-invent travel through the power of technology”. Donohoe holds a Bachelor of Computer Science degree from Dublin City University.
John Kim is HomeAway’s president, responsible for the overall strategy and management of the world leader in vacation rentals, with direct oversight of the company’s product, marketing and information technology organizations. Prior to joining HomeAway in 2016, Kim served as the chief product officer for Expedia, where he led the company’s overall global product development efforts for Expedia, Orbitz, Travelocity, Wotif, AirAsiaGo brands and end-to-end Hotel, Air, Car, and Activities supplier systems.
Kim is a seasoned and accomplished product and marketing executive with over 20 years of digital media expertise. During his career, he has held executive positions at Expedia, Pelago, Medio, Yahoo!, Accenture and Bank of America.
Kim holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of California, Santa Barbara and a master’s degree from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.
Chief Marketing Officer, Expedia
Aaron Price is Chief Marketing Officer for Brand Expedia Group, managing global online and customer marketing, strategic distribution partnerships (co-branded and white labeled) and SEM for a variety of the company’s travel brands. Price has been with Expedia for over 14 years, and is a seasoned technology professional who brings critical test-and-learn insight to the evolving marketing industry. He earned his degree from Western Washington University.
President, Expedia Lodging Partner Services
Cyril Ranque is President of Expedia Lodging Partner Services, where he leads the organization that manages lodging supply for the portfolio of Expedia group brands, including teams dedicated to global market management, global strategic accounts and supplier industry relations. Ranque joined Expedia in 2006 and successively managed Expedia’s partnerships with global chains in EMEA, before heading the Asia-Pacific supply team, out of its Hong Kong office. Ranque holds a Master’s Degree from the ESSEC Graduate School of Business in Paris, with a specialization in Finance and Strategy.
Senior Vice President, Global Tour and Transport, Expedia, Inc.
Greg Schulze is Senior Vice President of Global Tour and Transport for Expedia, Inc. In this role, Schulze leads the organization responsible for more than US$1 billion dollars in Expedia, Inc. revenue. His team serves Expedia, Travelocity, Wotif Group, Hotwire and Expedia CruiseShipCenters by creating global, integrated strategies for air, car, package, rail, cruise and insurance lines of business. Schulze joined Expedia in 2005 to lead its air reporting and analysis practices. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering from Northwestern University and an MBA from the University of North Carolina.
SVP & Head of Retail, Expedia Worldwide
Gary Morrison is Senior Vice President and Head of Retail for Expedia Worldwide. Based in London, Morrison is currently responsible for managing Brand Expedia’s worldwide P&L, including Brand Marketing, Pricing, Merchandising, Promotions and Customer Experience across Mobile, Tablet and Desktop Channels. He holds an MBA from INSEAD, France and a Master’s Degree in Engineering (MEng, Distinction) from Leeds University UK.
Global SVP of Media Solutions, Expedia Inc.
Noah Tratt is Senior Vice President of Expedia Media Solutions. Tratt oversees media sales, product development and execution, and related business development efforts for the Expedia, Inc. brands. His team develops and manages multifaceted, award-winning campaigns and initiatives that drive results for Expedia and its global network of valued partners, across all digital platforms. A member of the Expedia, Inc. family for more than 10 years, Tratt has overseen thousands of digital marketing initiatives and in the past two years alone, has grown the Media Solutions business by nearly 50 percent.
Senior Vice President of the Global Partner Group for Expedia, Inc.
Melissa Maher is Senior Vice President of the Global Partner Group for Expedia, Inc., where she manages all aspects of global business relationships with the company’s top strategic hotel partners. Her team is charged with managing and enhancing relationships for the industry’s leading ownership and management companies, key industry associations and hotel groups. Based in Las Vegas, Maher also oversees the team responsible for driving the strategy, distribution and support of Expedia’s gaming lodging supply division. Maher received an MBA in Hotel Administration from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
VP, Expedia Local Expert
Jen O’Twomney is the Vice President of Expedia Local Expert at Expedia, one of the world’s largest travel companies. In her role she is responsible for global P&L for the tours, activities and ground transportation business, both online and offline. Prior to this, she spent the last three years working closely with newly acquired Expedia brands like Travelocity, Wotif, and Orbitz, to integrate the teams and technology into Brand Expedia’s technology platform. Experience includes sales and sales management strategy, product development, marketing, communications, process re-engineering, customer relationship management, technology development, and finance. She holds a BA in Economics from the University of Puget Sound.